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Sewer rat? No, I don't think so. But animal control pulled me from a storm sewer. Foster mom thinks some mean people threw me down there, and I can promise you I will never, ever, go into a storm sewer again. Those sewer rats are scary things. Me? I'm a friendly seal guy, with a chirpy voice. I was thin and dirty - foster mom took care of the dirty part, and says that she'll take care of the thin part as well. More about me later, as she gets to know me. In a few days I'll meet the other kitties here - and I sure hope there are only kitties, and none of those scary sewer rats ....

If the sun ever comes out, foster mom says she'll get some good picutres without this flash thing so you can see my big blue eyes!
Name:   Norton
ID#: VA5671
Location:  Pennsylvania
Sex: male
Current Age: 9 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
DateIn: 05/17/08
Adopted: 05/31/08
Deceased: 12/21/15
Congrats: Steven
Foster: Jackie

Foster Notes


Notes from Home
Norton sends his regards from Natick MA! He has had a great 3 years settling into his new home. He loves having a large house to explore. He is an expert at finding little nooks and crannies for naps. He is all about privacy when sleeping. He is a very active and social boy. He waits patiently for his adopted human sisters to return from school each day at exactly 3:15 p.m. When not entertaining the girls, he is often looking for some water he can get into. He enjoys getting to the water in flower vases and is not deterred by the actual presence of flowers. Norton has matured and filled out since arriving 3 years ago and is now a truly handsome boy. He is adored by everyone.

Norton is now getting used to his newest sister, Honey. As the mature man of the house, he is having to teach her about the need for respecting cat personal space, but he seems to be warming up to her fairly quickly. She is hard to resist.

With great sadness we have to report that Norton passed away this past week. He has had terrible kidney function for many years, and finally went into acute renal failure. We all miss him dearly, and are still processing this unexpected loss.

(Last update: Dec 25th, 2015 2pm)

Name:   Honey
ID#: VA10751
Location:  Virginia
Sex: female
Current Age: 2 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
Date In: 05/14/15
Adopted: 06/24/15
Congrats: Steven
Foster: Jeanne

Foster Notes

Sweet, playful, young girl. Good mouser, too! Got 2 of them that found their way into the foster room!
Notes from Home
Hello! Honey has been with us for 2 weeks now, but it feels like forever :) She is a very very sweet thing, and is an equal opportunity lover. She has no favorites but spreads her purring and loving around fairly and equally. She and Norton are still working out how the whole sibling cat thing works. She follows him around and tries to imitate much of his behavior. Unfortunately he has taught he to spend a lot of time in sinks, which is his favorite past time. She does not seem all that interested in interacting with the dog, but he is very interested in interacting with her :) We will see if she warms up in time.
Honey is eating well, drinking, using the little box and playing up a storm. The vet thought she looked fabulous and gave her a clean bill of health.
I think Honey is a terrific fit for our family!

Honey has now been with us for 6 months and is a delightful addition to the entire family. We all love her dearly, but perhaps none more than our 4 year old male lab, Hades. They interact, play, snuggle, share water bowls, etc. she puts up with his regular wet sloppy kisses.

(Last update: Dec 25th, 2015 2pm)

Talk about drama queen! Yes, that would be me, the indignity of it all, the trip, the bathing, the worming, the whole thing - I look down my nose at the peons assigned to care for me and DEMAND to be held in the highest of regard, as I am, after all, Kai Marie! Now hup hup and get me out of here, my royal palace and servants await, as does your lap, check out my video!
Name: Kai Ming

(FKA Kai Marie)

ID#: VA8956
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: female
Current Age: 10 Yrs
Declawed: 2paw
Points: Seal
DateIn: 12/01/12
Adopted: 12/06/12
Congrats: Nancy
Foster: Siri

This cat will not tolerate any other cats in the home. A dog may still be a possibility though.Must be Only Cat


Notes from Home
Kai Marie has adjusted incredibly well to her new home! We expected days of having her hide under the bed or a sofa and she has not done that at all! On our first night home we closed off all bedrooms and bathrooms around the perimeter of the main floor but let her explore the center of the house where we live most of the time--family room, kitchen, sunroom, office. She walked around and checked out every nook and cranny, rubbed against the legs of almost all the furniture, staking out her territory. She rubbed against our legs too and was very happy to be petted. At night when we went to bed we carried her with us and she curled up between us for a bit. She wandered out while we were asleep and when my husband, Rick, got up during the night, he found her curled up on top of a pile of dirty clothes in the laundry tub. By morning, she had decided a better place was on top of the pile of clean folded laundry on the dryer! She has been eating and has used her littler box and in general been a perfect lady. She is EXTREMELY affectionate--loves to sit on my lap when I'm on the computer or in bed reading. She stretches out on Rick's chest when he takes a nap. We are just thrilled to have her in our lives. We hope to post some pictures soon.

Kai Marie here. Just posted some pictures. I'm enjoying my new home. See my dining room--it has a painting of a Meezer hanging on the wall! (I'm pretty sure it's the Meezer who lived here for many years but died of cancer last year. Mom says I'm just as nice and as beautiful as that Meezer was!) My Dad likes to take naps as much as I do, so I put in a picture of me napping with him. I like to lie on the big bed too. And I got to help with the Christmas decorations! (There were decorations in that bag I was checking out too.) All in all we're having fun. Mom laughs when I throw the mouse up in the air and toss it around. And I enjoy chasing the laser as well. I think we're all happy to have each other!

Two-week update: We've decided to rename Kai Marie; her new name is Kai Ming. (Ming was the name of the Siamese we lost to cancer last year and somehow her name keeps coming out of our mouths so this seemed like a good middle course.) We went to the vet this week and were surprised to find that our sweetie has an evil twin whose personality showed up at the vet's office. She growled and hissed and tried to bite almost anyone who came near her. She hated having her back nails trimmed and getting her temp taken. She got an A on her health report card but I imagine the vet and her assistants would have given her a D- or F for attitude! I was afraid she'd be mad and sulk or hide when we got home but she immediately reverted to the nice cat we've seen since we adopted her. Whew!

November 2012
This past week on 11/6 we celebrated 11 months of being together--hard to believe. Kai Ming is such a joy--so energetic and loving. She loves when we play with her and her toys; the feather on a wand and the laser are her favorites. Also, she almost always comes running to us when we call her name. (At night it may be the word "treats" she recognizes. but she'll come and sit on my lap when I call her if I'm going to read or sit at the computerle.) One trait that amuses us is that whenever someone rings the door bell or comes in the door she runs to greet them and check them out--and usually waits to be petted. (Our previous Siamese typically went under a bed or sofa when company arrived.)

We achieved a major milestone in October: She was perfectly content with her cat sitter staying with her while we were away for 11 days. She wasn't even mad at us when we came back--just ran up to greet us. Our first excursion away did not go well. We went to Wisconsin for 3-1/2 days in February for my mother-in-law's 80th birthday and Kai Ming's sitter had to take her to the vet because she was scratching and had red bumps under her chin. Turns out it was feline acne (who knew?). Unfortunately, she had a bad reaction to the medication. When we got home she was extremely lethargic and would hardly eat. We were so scared. We took her back to the vet and she was given an injection of what I would call the feline equivalent of an energy drink and the playful happy cat we knew returned--and her acne cleared up. What a relief! Our next trip was for a week to visit friends and play golf but I was prepared to come home immediately if the sitter thought Kai Ming wasn't OK. But all went well; the two of them bonded and apparently Kai Ming hardly missed us!

In sum, everything is just great. We are so happy to have Kai Ming and we thank everyone involved for taking care of her when she was abandoned and for finding such a good match for us. (I'm not too sure about uploading pictures but my husband will add some later.)

12/7/13 We celebrated Kai Ming's one year anniversary with us yesterday. We're very happy together. Have posted some newer pictures of her.

12/20/14 Today marks two years and two weeks since Kai Ming came to her forever home. She's still a delight to have in our household--affectionate, friendly to guests, fun to play with. Even the evil twin who comes out when we go to the vet has softened her attitude. (She tolerated the clipping of her back nails without a fuss, though she still hissed and growled a bit during her recent annual exam.) Once again, thanks to all at SCRR who helped put us together with her. We look forward to celebrating our third Christmas with her here in Delaware and hope for many more Happy New Years to come.

12/24/15 We recently celebrated 3 years with Kai Ming in our home and tomorrow will have our fourth Christmas together.. All is well. Both cat and humans are happy we've found each other. Kai Ming has become steadily more affectionate and friendly. We've added two pictures--one with her among the packages under the Christmas tree and one with her looking out the window at the birds outside.

(Last update: Dec 24th, 2015 3pm)

Name:   Seraphina
ID#: VA9925
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: female
Current Age: 6 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Lynx
Date In: 03/23/14
Adopted: 12/07/14
Congrats: Lia
Foster: Siri

Foster Notes

This cat is not suitable for children under the age of 5 (ie 5 and over is OK). This is typically a cat that is shy and a child might scare it, or one that has a potential to bite or play too hardNot with kids under 5
This cat is either scared or, or has had bad experiences with dogs.Not with Dogs
I have been here for five months and I don't understand why I have not found a home of my own. I am sweet, I love people and I get along just fine with my room, mate Rokki. We could even go home together if you like a pair of Lynx points.

I even let foster meowm put a silly hat on me and do a video. Can you just imagine that,. I thought the cat was supposed to be in the hat not on the cat's head. I
guess it will all be worth it if my forever home sees me and wants to bring me home.

I appear to be very healthy and I am only looking for someone to love me. I think foster ma and pa love me but I am not theirs. I am on loan and need someone to cash in on my assets. Please think about giving me a home. Sera (transport available to most of our coverage area, some restrictions apply)
Notes from Home
Seraphina has settled in nicely and now we wonder how we ever lived without this sweet, affectionate kitty. The first day she hid for a few hours, and then emerged from her hiding place, jumped on my lap and began purring. Later, she gave me a fabulous hair-do by kneading my head. There's nothing like a kitty coiffure!

Her first week was spent mostly hiding under the bed during the day and emerging at nightfall. She was a bit shy but very friendly and always enthusiastic about mealtime. She certainly eats with gusto. By the end of the first week she started making her evening appearance earlier and seemed a lot more relaxed around us. We began playing with her just before bed time (she made short work of the peacock feather!) so that she would be a bit more tired at night--that seemed to work. She is super affectionate and loves sitting on our laps and being petted.

By her second week she seemed to have settled in completely. We love her little chirrups and gentle meows (she's soft-spoken but can be chatty at times). She is so adorable! When my dad came over for Christmas dinner and she purred and rubbed circles around his legs and asked to be petted; she now she has another fan.

I forgot to mention earlier how well-behaved Seraphina was for the vet (who pronounced her very healthy). During the exam she calmly and carefully sniffed at the stethoscope, much to the vet's amusement. But once she got home she sulked for hours--it took her a while to forgive us!
Otherwise, she's been doing really well--she loves playing with the feather wand--such high aerial leaps!--and relaxing on the window sill, watching the goings-on outside.

Seraphina is a true gourmand, and has become completely obsessed with the refrigerator--every time we open it she tries to climb in and examine its contents. She really loves to eat and lets us know unequivocally when it's time for her meals to be served.

She loves to be around us and likes to keep on top our reading material--quite literally!


Seraphina is enjoying life and is actively pursuing her hobbies of fine dining, bird watching, napping, lounging on books and chasing fuzzy toy mice. However, we did notice a couple months ago, to our dismay, that she had developed an area of thinning fur on her back, near the base of her tail. We took her to the vet, who suspected fleas. He gave her an anti-inflammatory injection and a course of flea treatments. When we took her to her follow up visit, her fur had begun to grow back and she seemed to be improving.

We racked our minds as to how our indoor kitty could've been bitten by a flea, and thought that perhaps we unwittingly brought in a flea from our weekly horseback riding lessons, so now we wash and disinfect our gear promptly to prevent another incident.

Seraphina continues to captivate us with her sweet, charming personality. She LOVES being groomed and having her teeth brushed (but only with CET toothpaste!) Scott has become quite proficient in trimming her claws--he jokes that he's ready to open a cat nail salon.


Our 6-month anniversary with Seraphina in June took place when we were across the pond in London on our first vacation since adopting her. Fortunately, she had a doting caretaker in our absence (my father). Unfortunately, poor Seraphina was still at this time recovering from her biggest trauma to date: the new area rug.

Over Memorial Day weekend, we finally replaced the decrepit coir rug in our living room with a new area rug made of carpet tiles (which can be individually replaced if kitty scratches one up). While we knew that cats dislike change, we did not expect Seraphina to be as upset as she was. She was visibly agitated when the old rug was removed—she loved scratching it and unraveling the coils. When we installed the new rug she hid for hours and meowed plaintively when she saw the new rug. She refused to walk on it.

For the next 3 weeks she protested by making a “scatological statement” just outside her litter box. And, she began over-grooming the area on her lower back, once again creating a patch of thinning fur. We took her to the vet, who prescribed a diet of calming food and a Feliway diffuser. Our sweet, sensitive kitty was obviously distraught by the sudden change in her home environment.

Seraphina finally returned to her exemplary litter box habits and now enjoys napping and playing on the new rug. She has been amply compensated for the loss of the coir “scratching pad/rug” with the addition of her new super scratching post, which she loves to climb and stretch out on.

She is a most loving and devoted cat, and we are touched by her loyalty—she follows us everywhere and just wants to be near us at all times. If we’re gone longer than she deems acceptable she greet us with reproachful meows upon our return. She loves being petted and doted upon and doesn’t like it if we’re working on the computer and ignoring her—she’ll jump on our laps to remind us of our priorities! We are constantly delighted by her antics and affectionate personality.


Seraphina 1-Year Anniversary

After one year with us Seraphina continues to enjoy her leisurely life of luxury—replete with gourmet dining, relaxing belly rubs, daily bird watching and lots of cuddles with her humans. She looks forward to visits from her Grandpa, who dotes on her and takes care of her when Meowm and Pop go on vacation. In fact, she is just beside herself with joy whenever my father comes over—she meows and rolls around with happiness!

The skin problem she’d experienced due to some sort of allergic reaction/over-grooming has completely cleared up and now her coat is thick and fluffy. We have to keep an eye on her food intake because she loves to eat, but her weight is currently perfect for her height ☺. We’ve taken to putting her dry food in a puzzle toy, which keeps her from gobbling it up in 3 seconds. She still slurps down her wet food with great gusto and speed, however. She adores being groomed and having her teeth brushed, so her oral health continues to be excellent. She comes running whenever I take out her grooming kit and jumps on my lap to be brushed.

Seraphina isn’t content to be a lap cat, however—she also prides herself in excelling at her other “jobs”. She’s made my alarm clock redundant, as she wakes me every morning by gently kneading my shoulder and chirruping softly in my ear. And, Seraphina is an enthusiastic greeter; whenever I come home from work she comes running to the door to welcome me. She even sometimes tries to reach up to the doorknob in an attempt to open the door when she knows one of us is just outside. Seraphina also “helps” with Scott’s work—as you can see from the photo she’s become an editorial assistant and a real “bureau-cat”!

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! We’ve had a great first year with our beloved kitty and look forward to many more.

(Last update: Dec 24th, 2015 1pm)

Things checked out pretty good for me at the doctor visit. Ask about me and Foster Mom will fill you in.
I am all ready to go home. I just need you......
Please don't let me grow up in rescue! I need a home of my own, please???
Name: wakan

(FKA Trent)

ID#: VA11003
Location:  North Carolina
Sex: male
Current Age: 2 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
DateIn: 08/17/15
Adopted: 11/22/15
Congrats: Diana
Foster: Kathy

Foster Notes


Notes from Home
We recently celebrated our 1 month anniversary of adding Wakan (formerly Trent) to our family. Again, we would like to thank everyone involved in helping him get to his forever home. He is quite a little character! Very affectionate. Fearless. And funny! My 7-year old cat, Nala, made him work a bit for her approval, but now cuddles with him when we sleep and greets him with a face lick and a bow, alllowing him to lick her head in return. Great news!

He went for his first visit to our vet this past Friday evening. Everything was going well until the doctor checked his mouth and showed me how bright red his gums were. This was very surprising since his appetite has been better than great (he eats like a horse) and his eliminations have been regular and solid. So, to rule out any chance of stomachitis, we began a 14-day course of Zithromax of which we are on Day 6. Wakan was so upset after the mouth exam, there was not a chance to trim his nails, so I am attempting that tomorrow morning.

I am including some pictures taken over the past month. I will add some new ones over the holidays as my schedule calms down. From our house to yours, best wishes for a very merry Christmas and new year rich in blessings.


(Last update: Dec 23rd, 2015 6pm)

Name: Remy

(FKA Pewter)

ID#: VA7374
Location:  Tennessee
Sex: male
Current Age: 6 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Blue
Date In: 10/27/10
Adopted: 12/19/10
Congrats: Lauren
Foster: Melanie (Knoxville)

Precious, small, loving and beautiful, I'm so happy to have made it out of that shelter! I'm shy at first (no very active homes please) but warm up to new people quickly. I've got an eye infection, so there won't be new pix of me for a few days yet - my baby blues need to look their best! Foster mom says it's nothing serious and should heal nicely. I'm a social guy looking for a home with at least one other active feline playmate, so let's talk today!
Notes from Home
Remy is SUCH a happy boy! He's bonded beautifully with our family and enjoys being petted and spoiled. He's a gorgeous little guy with a sweet disposition and buckets of charm.

Two years in our home today, and Remy is utterly adored! He's grown into a gorgeous, sweet-tempered, almost courtly gentleman kitty. We're all so glad to have Remy in our family.

Can't believe Remy's been with us for three whole years. He continues to be everybody's darling, and is our very best lap cat. He's healthy, strong and very much loved.

Remy remains happy, healthy and beloved by the entire family. He's Mom's special cuddlebug, and gets tons of snuggles, pets and lap time.

Four years with our family, and Remy remains everybody's sweetheart. He didn't much care for the upheaval caused by our recent move, but loves his new house and cat tree. He's such a special boy!

(Last update: Dec 23rd, 2015 11am)

After a rough year, I am a new boy!! I am ready to go to my forever home and take control immediately.
I'm a great traveler, and actually enjoy the car. I like to talk to my toys in the Patented Meezer Caterwaul, but I don't overdo it.
I like to lap sit and am a real snuggle bug, but I also have been known to play chase roll around like a goof.
I would like some servants to keep me occupied and serve my needs.
I love playmates, but they cannot be timid cu I may chase them too much.
I have perfect litter habits.
I am leashed trained and would make am excellent therapy cat! (I even have my very own harness.)

So why haven't you clicked yet?!
Name: Lakota

(FKA Gus)

ID#: VA11180
Location:  Pennsylvania
Sex: male
Current Age: 12 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
DateIn: 11/03/15
Adopted: 11/06/15
Congrats: Kristen
Foster: Huey


Notes from Home
Lakota is a great cat. Bold, loving, funny, and beautiful.
(Last update: Dec 20th, 2015 5am)

Name: Mizu

(FKA Rowan)

ID#: VA11165
Location:  Virginia
Sex: male
Current Age: 1 Yr
Declawed: no
Points: Flame
Date In: 10/28/15
Adopted: 12/05/15
Congrats: Toni
Foster: Rinn

This cat is not suitable for children under the age of 5 (ie 5 and over is OK). This is typically a cat that is shy and a child might scare it, or one that has a potential to bite or play too hardNot with kids under 5
I love to play and rrrrun and play with toys! I'm enjoying life here in my foster home, and I'm learning and growing... oh, and did I say playing??? Yes... wheee. I talk just a little, too, and my purr is grrreat! I can go to a home with sister Quinn or if you already have a playmate for me, that is cool, too!
Notes from Home
Mížu and Bebè have become good friends already!
(Last update: Dec 19th, 2015 10am)

Name: Mochi

(FKA Alibi)

ID#: VA5204
Location:  Virginia
Sex: male
Current Age: 14 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
DateIn: 09/04/07
Adopted: 12/16/07
Congrats: Paula
Foster: Kathy


Notes from Home
Just wanted to give you a quick update on Mochi on his 8-year anniversary! He is doing well. Earlier this year, he was diagnosed with diabetes, but so far we have been able to control it with dietary changes alone (no more dry food!). Mochi is my couch buddy when I watch movies or read, and he loves getting new Chewy.com boxes (both for the cat food inside and the empty box). He's still not crazy about my other cat, Romeo, but they seem to have declared a truce.
(Last update: Dec 16th, 2015 5pm)

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Name: Theodore Roosevelt

(FKA Jelly Bean)

ID#: VA10486
Location:  Georgia
Sex: male
Current Age: 2 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Flame
Date In: 11/28/14
Adopted: 12/14/14
Congrats: Sharri
Foster: ShirleyBo

No jokes about my jelly belly just because I like to eat. I am Jelly Bean because I am so sweet and yummy. That is me on top licking my lips. I promise to entertain, purr, kiss, and give you a jelly good time. I should be ready to go home about Dec. 20.
Notes from Home
Jelly Bean was named Theodore Roosevelt for a short time. It became apparent early on the our Jelly Bean was going to be a big lovable fella!!!! The family tried out all sorts of names, but "Big Tasty" was the perfect fit. We like to call him Bigs, Or Bigsy. Bigsy is a lovable smooshy teddy bear. We are so blessed to have him in our lives!!! We can't believe it's been a year!
(Last update: Dec 14th, 2015 5pm)

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